In the News
Various articles from around the nation displaying 2S Sign employees and equipment in action.
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VIP of Southeast Texas magazine, Hearst Newspapers-Beaumont Enterprise
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Letter "S" shown from Reliant Stadium

http://blog.houstontexans.com/2011/08/22/reliant-signs-coming-down-as-part-of-logo-change/
In this photo: Michelle Stacey Sjodin and Rob Sjodin


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In this photo: Michelle Stacey Sjodin


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The Port Arthur News- 2009
In this photo: Robbie Sjodin and Ricky Sjodin


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The Cincinnati Enquirer- June 27th, 2007


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The Charlotte Observer- April 28th , 2007. Photo Caption: In a ceremony Friday, Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory and Cynthia Marshall, the new head of AT&T in North Carolina, oversaw a changing of the telecommunications guard as a new AT&T sign was attached to the former BellSouth building at 300 S. Brevard St. AT&T took over BellSouth on Dec. 27.
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The St. Petersburg Times- March 26th, 2007. Photo caption: An upgraded Tropicana Field with upgrades to corporate sponsorship are key to making the Devil Rays viable in the high-priced competition of Major League Baseball.
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The Press of Atlantic City- August 29th, 2005.
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The Press of Atlantic City- August 29th, 2005. Photo Caption: Millville will soon have a new skyline as store signs are delivered Monday to be installed on towers at the construction site of Millville's new shopping center, Union Lake Crossing. Kohl's and Target, the shopping center's anchor stores, are among the first to get their signs installed. The stores are expected to open in the fall. Below, a construction worker tears down the old Goodwill building.


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The Press of Atlantic City- August 29th, 2005. Article: GOING UP. Shoppers, get ready to spend some money this October when stores such as Target and the Kohl's are planning their much-anticipated grand opening in Millville. Two years in the making, the Union Lake Crossing shopping center will open half of the planned 30 businesses during the first phase. The rest of the stores will open next year. Stores in the center include businesses such as ShopRite and Circuit City. The developers are currently in talks to bring in a restaurant to the center, said Steve Durst, project manager for Goodman Properties LLC.


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The St. Petersburg Times- November 10th, 2002. Photo Caption: The new Wachovia sign is installed above the First Union sign at Fourth Street N and Central Avenue in St. Petersburg.